August 22, 2008

Why a Spanish Version of MediaShout?

Posted in Uncategorized tagged , , , , , , , , , , at 9:54 am by charlesshyblosky

  • To help carry out, The Great Commission, of course. 
  • It is estimated that there are between 5000 and 7000 different churches in Mexico. Many of these are protestant or evangelical churches.
  • It is estimated, the U.S. has over 10 million illegals in this country alone.  They need Christ and a church….and Mediashout….:). 
  • In July 2007, there were 45.5 million Latinos living in the United States, making them the largest minority group in the country.
  • There are an estimated 30,000 Spanish speaking churches in America. 
  • We want to aid churches around the globe, better communicate the Gospel story, the greatest story ever told, in their own language. 
  • Also, have you ever gone on a mission trip to a spanish-speaking country?  Bingo.   Buy it, use it, and then give it to them….


  1. Hello

    Iam a Mexican Pastor and I need this kind of software.
    Which is better Sunday Plus o Media Shout, my question and my concern is for the best investment.

    Thanks in advance

  2. Of course, I’m a bit biased, but I really do believe you’ll be better served with MediaShout. My vote, try them both, and purchase the one that best serves your ministry….

  3. Thank you Charles for your answer

    Reading some of the main differences between MS Express and Media Shout Vs 3.5 I found are the transitions included in Vs. 3.5 and many Bible translations and songs inventory, direct dvd playback and scene selection and live video feed.
    In our case we do not need neither the english translations or songs but will be pretty good to have the transitions, and the other features. Do you know if Sunday Plus includes them in its program?

    Thank you

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